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As winter becomes a thing of the past, the warmer weather brings out more than just sunnier dispositions. It invites potential buyers onto the streets and into open homes across Victoria. Bringing over a decade of experience in selling premium real estate, Marshall White Directors Oliver Bruce and Nicole French explain why Spring is the ultimate time to sell.
Buyers are more willing to venture out to view new properties and sunnier days are encouraging more inspections and viewings. There’s also the added incentive to purchase in Spring so settlement can be finalised before the end of the year.
So what’s the first step to selling your property this spring? Nicole emphasises always beginning your process with a complimentary appraisal. “Not only is it important to understand the market value of your property, but the end-to-end process involved in getting your home ready to sell.”
Primed with insights and expertise, you can be confident speaking to a Marshall White agent, knowing they’ll equip you with the right advice on what potential buyers are looking for, and home styling recommendations to appeal to your target market during the appraisal process.
Here are Nicole and Oliver’s top three tips to get the most out of peak-selling season:
When it comes to getting your home market-ready, attention to detail is paramount. We spoke to expert stylists, Cooper Robinson, to bring you the best styling tips to get your home market-ready this Spring. They recommend decluttering as the first step. Think seriously about what you need versus what items are taking up unnecessary space and make honest decisions on what you can live without. Alternatively, hire a professional organiser to make the process even smoother.
A professional cleaner is always going to get professional results. From the exterior, to the window panes, to the oven and vents, your home should be polished at every corner. This will make the selling process as easy and seamless as possible for you.
Then, it’s time to style your home. To bring out the best your home has to offer, Cooper Robinson shares their top three tips: